Question: Tuff-Rider, Inc., manufactures touring bikes and mountainÂ bikes in a variety of frame sizes, colors, and component comÂ bmsmons. Identical bicycles are produced in lots of 100 The Item Touring Mountain Demand forecast 5,000 units/year 10,000 units/year Lot size 100 units 100 units Standard processing time .25 hour/unit .50 hour/unit Standard setup time 2 hours/lot 3 hours/lot The shop currently works 8 hours a day, 5 days a week of weeks a year. It operates five workstations, each producing one bicycle in the time shown in the table. The shop maintains a 15 percent capacity cushion. How many workstations Will be required next year to meet expected demand without using overtime and without decreasing the firm's currentÂ capacity cushion? Answer : Consider the following data:
Determine the time in machine hours that are required for both touring and mountain bicycles by way of using following formulas as shown below: First, determine processing hours with respect to touring as shown below: First, determine processing hours with respect to mountain as shown below:
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- Spring '17
- John DOe
- 2 hours, Bicycle, 3 hours, 8 hours, 5 days, Touring bicycle